I just watched a short film “Entanglement: Tales of every day magic” based on the writings of a best seller writer and scientist Gregg Braden who explores the possibility of quantum entanglement and the connection with the presence of a Divine Matrix. Through a very interesting story about twin brothers, a student has a very enlightening dialogue with a physics professor. As twin brothers, since they were children, each was able to sense when the other was in danger, when sad, or happy.
The young and open mind of the student is like a sponge trying to absorb the complex science of quantum physics as the professor interprets in more simple terms what the latest’s theories of research and discoveries are beginning to conclude about the nature of the Universe.
He talks about John Archibald Wheeler, a colleague of Einstein, and Max Plank the founder of quantum theory. It seems…
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